I am worried about the direction our world is moving. Industry is polluting our planet. Green house gases are building up and our climate is changing. The polar icecaps and sea ice are melting. We need to make a change in the way we live before it’s too late. I promise to spread the word […]

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Dear Elizabeth and Christopher,

I am worried about the direction our world is moving. Industry is polluting our planet. Green house gases are building up and our climate is changing. The polar icecaps and sea ice are melting.

We need to make a change in the way we live before it’s too late. I promise to spread the word to make others more aware of the dangers of unsustainable energy and food industries, and help to change peoples’ expectations about what ‘normal’ living should look like. When covid19 is resolved, let’s work together and avoid the ‘back to normal’ lifestyle. I will work with my community to continue to make the world a more fair and sustainable place to live.

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